Gowbarrow Fell

Cumbria, England

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About Gowbarrow Fell

Gowbarrow Fell is on land which used to be Gowbarrow Park, a medieval hunting park now owned by the National Trust. This is where Wordsworth saw his ‘host of golden daffodils’, made famous in the poem ‘I wandered lonely as a cloud’. It has an elevation of 481 m (1,578 ft) with a prominence of 100 m (330 ft). Its parent peak is Little Mell Fell and it is listed as a Wainwright. It stands to the north of Ullswater, with Aira Beck and the Aira Force waterfall on the western side. The summit is named Aira Crag, found on rocky ground with an Ordnance Survey triangulation column and a National Trust plaque.

Wildlife Watching
Cumbria, England
Latitude: 54.588676, Longitude: -2.917399

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